Chuck Baldwin: The “Black Regiment” was a group of patriot-preachers from virtually every protestant denomination located throughout Colonial America at the time of America’s fight for independence who courageously preached the Biblical principles of liberty and independence. The moniker stems from the tendency of these patriot-preachers to wear long, black robes in their pulpits.
The inspiration for this directory comes from the scores of people throughout America who have contacted me asking if I knew of “Black Regiment” pastors in their respective cities. This directory is an attempt to help the many hundreds and thousands of Christians across America who desire to fellowship and worship with a courageous pastor who knows what is going on and is not afraid to preach truth to power. Men who are not enamored with political correctness or political parties.
Men who love America’s Christian history and heritage. Men who support and defend the U.S. Constitution, Bill of Rights and Declaration of Independence. Men who preach the Bible and are not owned by committees. Men who do not grovel before the wealthy and affluent. These are the kinds of men who comprise the “Black Regiment.”
Each pastor on this list has read my initial appeal and has requested to be listed in this directory. If you are a pastor who wishes to be included in this list, please contact me. Plus, if you are a Christian who desires to find a “Black Regiment” pastor in your city, please let us know the city in which you live, and we will add it to our “looking” list.
Obviously, one will find various denominations and theological positions represented in this list. I am sure that I would not agree with some of the ministers on this list regarding various doctrines and methodology. I will leave it to each Christian to discern for himself the correctness, or lack thereof, of each ministry represented on this list. However, I rejoice over the efforts of any and all Christian ministers, regardless of denomination, who will courageously preach and promote the principles of liberty and independence. For the sake of this directory, we have added all those that requested to be included. As a disclaimer, I do not personally vouch for any of the ministries listed here.
Check your state’s link to see if there are any of these courageous pastors in your area.
Plus, if you know of any “Black Regiment” pastors in your area that are not listed, please email us their contact information and we will ask their permission to list them here. Please be sure to provide accurate contact information.
Dakota Voice Today is Pulput Freedom Sunday, when nearly 500 pastors across America will re-assert their God-given, constitutional freedom to address the moral excellence and/or moral failings of government policies and procedures in our nation.
In doing so, they will be challenging a 57 year old tax code provision prohibiting tax exempt organizations from exercising their right to free speech–and in the case of pastors and churches, their right to freedom of religious expression. This tax code provision was added to our nation’s tax law in 1954 by Senator Lyndon Johnson in a self-serving move to silence his political critics.
This prohibition has nothing to do with the U.S. Constitution. This prohibition has nothing to do with the First Amendment. This prohibition has nothing to do with the so-called “separation of church and state.” It has everything to do with silencing political (and moral) speech that is unwelcome by those who have asserted enough power to quash it.
And it’s time this assault on freedom came to an end in this great country.
In taking this action today, these pastors will also be re-asserting a rich heritage going back far more than even the 235 year life of our country. They will be acting in the greatest tradition where the moral and religious leaders of our society speak out against moral ills and attacks on God-given freedoms in our society. Indeed, if pastors had not been willing to engage in “political speech” from the pulpit, there would have been no American Revolution and none of the unique Biblically-based freedoms we have enjoyed in this nation for more than two centuries. It’s no wonder the American independence effort was called the “Presbyterian Revolution” in England, for it was initiated and fueled by Presbyterian and other pastors.
Today, as our nation’s moral fiber is in tatters and our freedoms are held in contempt by those who rule us from our own capital, we desperately need a new, modern Black Robe Regiment who will step forward unafraid of a hostile government and speak what is right. We need a group of pastors who are not afraid to lead the way in being the salt and light Christ commanded all Christians to be, so that lay Christians can follow their example.
God gave us America, and American patriots routinely ask God to bless America. If we really believe that, then it’s time we acted like good stewards of what God has given us.
Thank God for the pastors who are participating in Pulpit Freedom Sunday today!
Mlive.com | Officer was crossing into the U.S.
The News Dispatch | Will be used for training, incident command, active shooter events and high-risk warrant services.
Watchdog.org | The police know exactly where my car has been — and when — during the past few months
Gizmodo | Cops want to watch people in real time.
KPHO | Died at a hospital after a Phoenix police officer shot him with a Taser.
Adan Salazar | Incident leaves woman traumatized.
Paul Joseph Watson | Despite standoff defeat, feds assert case will continue.
First Coast News | Officer charged with felony.
Adan Salazar | Afterwards, police charge man’s attacker with murder.
Mac Slavo | What’s at issue is that the US government has no right to call the shots over the land.
L.A. Times | DOJ says dept. needs a “systematic change.”
wtkr.com | Officer previously arrested to burn down a home.
Paul Joseph Watson | Bundy family member tasered by BLM agents.
Ed Krayewski | Albuquerque the DOJ blamed “organizational deficiencies.”
Wavy.com | Officer faces felony count.
Daily Iowan | Defense Department donates MRAP vehicle originally produced for wars in Iraq and Afghanistan to local police.
CBS Miami | Charged with aiding and abetting a conspiracy to distribute cocaine, conspiring to distribute cocaine, and engaging in unlawful monetary transactions.
Police State USA | Child Protective Services has the power to split apart families in an instant without a trial.
Adan Salazar | Man’s mother claims police showed up pointing guns in her family’s faces.
CBS Connecticut | Police in Lexington used tear gas to control rowdy fans and several couch fires were lit in the streets.
KTVU | Officer is facing multiple charges.
Adan Salazar | Principal orders police to remove student for expressing himself.
Kit Daniels | Those who refuse will be arrested for “trespassing” in a public area.
Jon Swaine | Cecily McMillan, 25, charged with assault on a police officer.
Tim Cushing | Law enforcement agencies often use everything in their power to avoid having to admit anything went wrong, much less take responsibility for it.
theguardian.com | Officer Grantley Bovell alleges Cecily McMillan assaulted him on same day Austin Guest alleges Bovell injured him.
Mikael Thalen | Cop aims gun at young children after neighbor calls police over “environment-hurting” tree fort.
Mikael Thalen | “When I came to it, someone’s pulling me out of bed and to the floor.”
Infowars.com | Intelligence boss says violation of the Fourth Amendment legal.
nbcphiladelphia.com | Officer supposedly flashed his piece at other driver.
thefreethoughtproject.com | Mr. Ables has yet to be compensated for his loss.
Adan Salazar | It sometimes pays to film your police interactions.
Washington Examiner | “In Wichita, Kan., ATF agents referred to a man with a low IQ as ‘slow-headed’ before deciding to secretly use him as a key cog in their sting..”
PINAC.org | Federal agents get in on the act..
London Independent | Atheists, peaceful protesters and those who go to fight abroad have all been brought under the auspices of new “anti-terror” laws.
MySA.com | Girl was impregnated by another employee.
nj.com | More gang mentality from cops.
The Des Moines Register | Iowa governor wants records open.
Steve Watson | Witnesses claim Tucson cops started violence; Police “were all dressed up for a riot and had no riot to go to”.
Daily Caller | Police can be seen brutally pummeling a female student walking innocuously just off the campus of the University of Arizona.
Al Jazeera | After two fatal shootings in two weeks, protesters blocked local streets as activists took department’s website offline.
The Huffington Post | A Delaware man convicted of raping his three-year-old daughter only faced probation after a state Superior Court judge ruled he “will not fare well” in prison.
CBS Seattle | Suit says Idaho State Police violated man’s Fourth, Fifth, and 14th Amendment rights.
Mikael Thalen | “They are supposed to protect and serve life, and here they are arresting the people that’s trying to help.”
The Daily Caller | Police ran a background check on the reporter.
The Des Moines Register | Newspaper wants public information on police activity.
The Elkhart Truth | Cop reportedly beat golfer.
The Guardian | Taser use is increasing worldwide.
Adan Salazar | Police report contradicted by multiple witness testimony.
Lew Rockwell Blog | David and Connie Johnson were asleep when they heard a noise Connie later described as the “walls caving in.”
Business Insider | Former congressman says Bitcoin is an introduction to competition for the dollar.
mises.org | There is a good Irish word to describe this story: baloney.
Huffington Post | Department of Education is forecast to generate $127 billion in profit over the next decade.
Zero Hedge | The BLM land grab doesn’t help.
CNS News | $779,547,834,000 in taxes came from those taxpayers earning six figures or more.
Fox News | Acting Social Security Commissioner said she has directed an immediate halt to the three-year-old program while the agency does a review.
Mac Slavo | Recent weeks have led to a fairly significant drop in stock valuations, with many expert analysts struggling to figure out exactly why it’s happening.
CNS News | For each woman who worked full-time, year-round in 2012, there was slightly more than 1 other person collecting food stamps.
Washington Times | Mandate continues to be serious impediment to hiring among small employers.
Ron Paul | Anyone watching last week’s debate over the Republican budget resolution would have experienced déjà vu.
Breitbart | 60% of Californians say that they pay “much more” or “somewhat more” in taxes than they should, according to a recent survey.
American Thinker | “A single sentence tucked into the farm bill” had led to outrageous behavior.
Reuters | G20 finance ministers and central bankers said they were “deeply disappointed” with the delay.
CNN Money | Company will pay bonus to employees who leave..
Zero Hedge | This is the Nasdaq’s worst week since June 2012..
Zero Hedge | “I think it’s very likely that we’re seeing, in the next 12 months, an ’87-type of crash,” warns a somewhat excited sounding Marc Faber, adding that he thinks “it will be worse.”
USA Today | Stocks closed sharply lower compared to yesterday.
Al Jazeera | Settlement is latest in a string of multi-million and billion-dollar deals for the bank, but its stock keeps rising.
Michael Snyder | The average price of USDA choice-grade beef has soared to $5.28 a pound.
Las Vegas Review-Journal | Requirement will likely close casinos.
International Man | Numerous tax incentives for businesses in Puerto Rico.
Zero Hedge | Only Hungary and Estonia are in worst shape.
FT | 8 largest US banks would have to hold a minimum of 5 per cent equity to total assets to absorb losses in a crisis…
The Wall Street Journal | Dollar continues to struggle.
Michael Snyder | All of a sudden, the Nasdaq is absolutely tanking.
Courthouse News | Texas banking regulators have established licensing and security guidelines for virtual currencies and their exchanges.
Zero Hedge | Gov’t moves to confiscate retirement accounts.
Mac Slavo | If you’ve watched a documentary about America’s economic situation in recent years there is a strong chance it was produced by Daniel Ameduri of Future Money Trends.
Michael Snyder | The level of employment in the United States has been declining since the year 2000.
theguardian.com | Many policymakers believe the worst is over, but is this just ‘groupthink’?
CBS SF Bay Area | Trends point to another housing crash eventually.
Peter Morici | Well below the pace needed to lower underemployment to respectable levels.
USA Today | Dow Jones also down 160 points.
Wolf Richter | Perpetrators not Deutsche Bank and Goldman Sachs but beer brewers.
Fox News Latino | Exports decreased by 1.1%.
The Organic Prepper | What if you were forced to “register” in order to buy groceries?
Infowars.com | Dick Durbin said the banksters own the place… and they also own Congress.
USA Today | Investors are hoping history doesn’t repeat itself.
Infowars.com | Patrick Howley from The Daily Caller joins David Knight to discuss the IRS scandal, the Obama regime’s stonewalling and the Republican House’s empty threats.
The Wire | FBI: “Trading ahead of other investors based on information about orders that other investors can’t see could violate insider-trading laws.”
Paul Craig Roberts | The gold price is driven down in the paper futures market by naked short selling by the Fed’s dependent bullion banks.
Liberty Blitzkrieg | It is not the 1% that is the problem, it’s actually a much smaller slice within that group that is thieving and pillaging at will from the rest of American society.
breitbart.com | “The problem with socialism is that eventually you run out of other people’s money” to spend.
Zero Hedge | Governments had better open their eyes..
Michael S. Rozeff | Bottom line is that cryptocoins are not money.
Zero Hedge | S&P claims move not “politically motivated.”
USA Today | Yet another IPO broke below its offering price.
SFGate | Rate is still 6.2%.
Reuters | Investors scared of geopolitical conflicts.
Bloomberg | Federal Reserve on Wednesday rejected Citigroup Inc’s plans to buy back $6.4 billion of shares and boost dividends.